Graduates in Diplomatic Service
In connection with the appeal for University graduates for the government consular service, printed in the CRIMSON of November 6, the following list of Harvard graduates now in the United States diplomatic and consular services may be of interest to those who are considering entrance into this field of work.
R. W. Bliss '00, secretary of legation at Brussels.
J. R. Carter L.'88, first secretary of embassy at London.
C. L. Chandler '05, vice-consul at Dalny, Manchuria.
F. D. Chester '91, consul-general at Budapest.
J. G. Coolidge '84, secretary of embassy at Mexico City.
T. C. Dawson '87, minister to Colombia.
H. P. Dodge '92, minister to Honduras and Salvador.
S. F. Eddy '96, secretary of embassy at Berlin.
R. S. Greene '01, consul at Dalny.
J. C. Grew '02, third secretary of embassy at St. Petersburg.
P. P. Hibben, A. M. '04, second secretary at Mexico City.
R. S. R. Hitt L.'01, secretary of embassy at Rome.
C. B. Hurst '91, consul at Plauen.
A. Jay '00, secretary of embassy at Tokyo.
T. S. Jerome, A.M. '87, consular agent at Capri.
L. M. Jewett '90, vice and deputy consul at St. John.
F. B. Keene '80, consul at Geneva.
G. L. Lorillard '03, secretary of embassy at Rio de Janeiro.
F. W. Mahin L.'77, consul at Nottingham.
A. H. Michelson '01, consul at Turin.
A. K. Moe '97, consul at Dublin.
E. V. Morgan '90, minister to Cuba.
H. H. D. Pierce '71, minister to Norway.
C. F. P. Richardson '96, secretary of legation at Copenhagen.
J. W. Riddle '87, ambassador to Russia.
W. A. Rublee '83, consul-general at Vienna.
C. Tower '72, ambassador to Germany.
C. W. Wadsworth '97, second secretary at London.
C. S. Wilson '97, secretary of legation at Buenos Ayres.